Coleman 413C

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marblecreek
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Coleman 413C

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Local pawn shop for $6, couldn’t resist. Solid repair on the bung by someone in the past. Ugly, but runs like a champ. Had to switch the burner from a previous owner. My first encounter with this particular 413 model. Built like a tank. The shop had an early production pristine 413E that I passed on for $12. Hitting the limit on suitcase stoves...a sad day.

Will be the stove making a fishing trip to the Idaho Panhandle in a couple of weeks. It’s good to have a solid, functional stove that can be left at the camping site with little danger of being pilfered.
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That's a nice stove for six bucks!
Congratulations, great find!!
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That is a great buy!!!
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Gads I love old stoves!!

I'm gonna have to look, but I thought B's had the secondary control out the front...EDIT OK, you said "C"......

Hey, where at in the panhandle?? Kinda my neck of the woods....
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Majicwrench wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 2:27 am Gads I love old stoves!!

I'm gonna have to look, but I thought B's had the secondary control out the front...EDIT OK, you said "C"......

Hey, where at in the panhandle?? Kinda my neck of the woods....
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I have a thing for old stoves too. Lots of old brass single burners as well as too many Colemans.
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I'm in Libby, let us know how the fishing goes. And the cooking, the camping etc etc

Haven't fished down there in 20 years or so.
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I was gold panning with my son about 10 years ago near Libby. Love that town.

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Just think, with a full tank of fuel its value is almost doubled! :)
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That’s a nice stove! Definitely can’t beat that price!
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"The shop had an early production pristine 413E that I passed on for $12." I would not have left that behind either, says the guy with a dozen E's.
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Stovie wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 5:41 am Just think, with a full tank of fuel its value is almost doubled! :)
It had about half a tank that was good, so I came out even further ahead! :D
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REJ2 wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 2:03 pm "The shop had an early production pristine 413E that I passed on for $12." I would not have left that behind either, says the guy with a dozen E's.
I may have to go back in a week or so to claim it. I won't have a dozen, but that would make five.
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marblecreek wrote: Fri Jun 11, 2021 1:40 am
REJ2 wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 2:03 pm "The shop had an early production pristine 413E that I passed on for $12." I would not have left that behind either, says the guy with a dozen E's.
I may have to go back in a week or so to claim it. I won't have a dozen, but that would make five.
Fettle 413E and sell it on the "Bay". Make a bit of coin and dedicate it to hobby fund.

Love the look of that tank on your first stove :)

Good find :)
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Very nice! I bought a 413c at a yard sale for 5 bucks, one of my go to stoves for camping
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Wow! That's an incredible score for $6. I'd definitely go back for the E. I bet you could sell or barter it for $25-$30 on CraigsList or Offer up.
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Nice find i have one that is in similar condition runs great also a 413e and 413g
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The 413 E is a great stove to have. My uncle, dad's brother, used Coleman stoves and lanterns when I was just a short kid. The stove I remember best is a 413 E that was later given to my dad. I still have it. My uncle's two lanterns were 428s, probably Cs or Ds. Unfortunately, I don't have one of them. So, what stove or lanterns am I most likely to take when I go camping or just plain need off-grid light and cooking? Easy. The first ones I get my hands on that have enough fuel to light up and no fettling required.
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